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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... amongst those of the group who elected to do the optional wine tour in Saint Emilion, possibly one of the most famous towns with ties to wine production. Our tour through the property of Chateau Villemaurene included a spin through the underground sandstone mines which have long been used as wine cellars for the vineyards above owing to the constant humidity and temperatures in these caverns which make ...
... and crossaints. Walking, walking, walking... The fashion outlets were not that exciting I have to say, but Jen liked them. She ended up with a nice Burberry overcoat. Home time and we had some champagne while revisiting the Eiffel Tower, me taking two more of only three shots in Paris. It was less photos and more experience. Tomorrow - mont st ...
Our first day in Paris and we started off early with the train trip to Versailles. Apparently, so did everyone else. Since we had bought the Museum 'skip the line' pass, the wait to get in was not very long, but once we got inside, it was an absolute zoo. We followed the crowd through the palace, and in each room we were crammed in with hundreds of other people. It was almost impossible to move from room to room as the hundreds of tourists all ...
... Monet and Van Gogh (among many many others). There are massive glass clocks which look out over the River Seine which was also pretty awesome to look through.
The next day I went to the Palace of Versailles, the palace which was home to the Royal family in the 17th Century. The Gardens of Versailles, were equally as impressive and so large that I don't even think I explored a quarter of them. I made my way through the gardens to Marie Antoinettes estate, in the Petit ...
... Louvre. The closer we got the more and more crowded everything became. We had managed to escape Dublin and Nat’s work for 5 days, but hadn’t considered that of course being public holidays so had everyone else. A two hour wait to get into the Louvre, but still well worth it. We spent three hours wandering around the museum, marvelling at the artworks and sculptures centuries old. Without internet the question ‘Why is the Mona Lisa so famous when it’s not ...